Angelica Kauffman Paintings

Angelica Kauffman (1741–1807) was a Swiss Neoclassical painter. She showed talent for painting at an early age which her father, a muralist, greatly encouraged. Kauffman studied art in Italy and eventually moved to London where she became celebrated as a highly skilled portrait artist. She was one of only two women who had the honor of signing the founding document of the Royal Academy. During Kauffman’s lifetime, women were usually unable to become professional painters of the same respect as their male counterparts; Kauffman’s success as a woman was a rare and wonderful occurrence. When she passed away in 1807, her friend, the sculptor Antonio Canova, organized a beautiful funeral for her which was modeled after Raphael’s own Renaissance burial.

Paintings by Angelica Kauffman in Chronological Order:

     
Portrait of Johann Joachim Winckelmann, 1764 Portrait of Augusta of Hanover with her first born son Karl Georg of Brunswick, 1767 Portrait of Louisa Leveson Gower as Spes (Goddess of Hope), 1767
Portrait of Anne Loudon, Lady Henderson of Fordall, 1771 Penelope is woken by Euryclea, 1772 Hector Calls Paris to the Battle, 1775
Ideal portrait of Shakespeare, c.1775 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 1775 Portrait of a Woman as a Vestal Virgin, c.1775
Portrait of John Simpson, c.1777 Beauty Directed by Prudence, 1780 Beauty, supported by Prudence, Scorns the Offering of Folly, c.1780
Farewell of Abelard and Héloise, 1780 The monk from Calais, 1780 Portrait of a Young Woman, 1781
Portrait of artist’s husband, the painter Antonio Zucchi, 1781 Self-portrait, 1781 Allegory of poetry and music, 1782
Portrait of Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies, c.1782 Portrait of Maria Carolina of Austria, c.1782 Scene with Miranda and Ferdinand, 1782
Ferdinand IV of Naples and his family, 1783 Cornelia Africana, 1785 Lady Elizabeth Foster, 1785
Portrait of Karl Leberecht, 1785 Self-portrait, 1785 Juliane von Kriidener and her son Paul, 1786
Portrait of a Woman as a Vestal Virgin, c.1787 Self-portrait, 1787 Countess Anna Protassowa with niece, 1788
Portrait of Countess A S Protasova with Her Nieces, 1788 Valentine Rescues Silvia in ‘The Two Gentlemen of Verona’, 1789 Venus convinces Helen to hear Paris, 1790
Self Portrait, the Artist Hesitating Between the Arts of Music and Painting, 1791 Portrait of Lorenzo Hervas y Panduro, 1794 Count Nikolai Tolstoy with his wife Anna Ivanovna and their son Alexander, c.1795
Portrait Of A Woman, 1795 Three singers, 1795 Christ and the Samaritan woman at the well, 1796
Augustin de Lespinasse, 1798 A portrait of John Morgan Alcestis
Anna Maria Jenkins and Thomas Jenkins Ariadne left on the island of Naxos Children with a bird’s nest and flowers
Family portrait of Catherine Petrovna Baryatinskiy Four Children With A Basket Of Fruit Garrick
Insane Mary Papirius Praetextatus Entreated by his Mother to Disclose the Secrets of the Deliberations of the Roman Senate Portrait of a Young Woman as a Sibyl
Portrait of Herzogs von Ceri Portrait of Louise Henrietta Campbell Portrait of Mme Latouce
Portrait Of Philip Tisdall With His Wife And Family The Townshend Family Virgil Reading the Aeneid to Augustus and Octavia

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